NAB Update - September 10, 2013

Last week on September 4, Golgotha Baptist Church, an NAB church near Tacoma, Washington, was devastated by a fire. According to the pastor of the church, Pavel Sandu, the building was “totally destroyed.” According to The New Tribune, an arsonist allegedly told local police authorities that he “broke into the church and gathered paper, plastic, and a picture frame and set them ablaze," in what became a three-alarm fire that razed the building.

NAB Update - August 22, 2013

The fall NAB Leadership Teleconference will be on Thursday, November 7, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. (PST). Our next book for discussion will be The Leadership Game: Winning Principles from Eight National Champions by Tom Mullins and John Maxwell (Thomas Nelson, 2005). Tom Mullins is a winning coach who helps leaders understand how to build and keep together a team of any kind. This book does an incredible job of sharing tried and true techniques that will help you achieve team goals. You can register for the teleconference by clicking here.

NAB Update - August 8, 2013

What’s next! Over the past year, you have heard stories of how the North American Baptist Conference is expanding ministries and kingdom efforts all over the world. I hope you are as excited as I am to know that God is opening new doors of opportunities for us. This is truly a God-inspired season of opportunity for the NAB. Here is just a quick review of some truly amazing newer ministries:

NAB UPDATE - July 24, 2013

The following is an update from Dr. Rob McCleland, NAB Executive Director, who recently returned from a ministry trip to Russia and east Asia. As you read it, please be prompted to pray for the NAB ministries and partners in those nations.

July 2013

Yesterday’s thinking got you here. Where will you be tomorrow? 


Just think if for just one hour you could choose to have the right attitude, the perfect attitude, the kind of proper attitude that brings out the best in you and the people around you. That would be a great hour!

If you practiced living out that attitude every single day for a week, you’d get better at it. The next week you might go for two consecutive hours.

What if you could do it for an entire day? Now you’re getting good. What if your continuing practice allowed you to string those days together? Could you imagine the kind of compounding results you’d see in your family life, work life, and spiritual life?

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